Overmountain Vineyards’ Tasting Room is situated in a quaint guest cottage overlooking the Tryon Foothills. We strive to give first-time visitors and regulars alike the best winery experience, sharing our knowledge about everything from our grapes and winemaking philosophies to the area’s rich viticultural history.
Our friendly tasting room staff, diverse outdoor areas for gathering or lingering and exceptional wines have made us a favorite stop for locals and tourists alike.
Tasting Room Hours
Reservations Required. Must be 18 and older to visit the tasting room.
Our normal hours are Wednesday through Sunday Noon to 6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday Noon to 7 p.m.
Wine tastings are conducted outdoors and will be seated.
- Our regular tasting ($15) includes samples of our current release wines and a souvenir glass.
- An elevated tasting ($40) is by appointment only and includes time with our winemakers, a private wine tasting and tour of the vineyards and winery. Journey through growing, harvesting and the art of wine making while tasting current wine vintages and unreleased wines from the barrel. Maximum of 10 people/session.
Due to the intimate size of our tasting room, we are unable to accommodate groups larger than six without reservations. For inquiries regarding tastings, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot accommodate tour buses at this time.
We welcome you and your family to come to Overmountain Vineyards during our regular hours. Children are welcome to the Winery while accompanied by an adult. Children, including infants, are not permitted in the wine production room at any time. To ensure their safety, all children must be under close adult supervision at all times. As we are a working farm with uneven ground, machinery, and other inherent dangers this policy is incredibly important to ensure that your children are safe and well cared for. Under North Carolina Law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injusty of death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks include risk of injury inherent to land, equipment and animals as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.